Volume 109, July 1989
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- Marie A. Bienkowski:
Book Review: Artificial Intelligence and Tutoring Systems: Computational and Cognitive Approaches to the Communication of Knowledge by Eitenne Wenger (Morgan Kaufmann Publishers).
- Timothy L. Trowbridge:
Book review: Rule Based Programming with OPS5 by Thomas A. Cooper and Nancy Wogrin (Morgan Kaufmann Pubtishers).
- David L. Sallach:
Book review: Artificial Intelligence with Statistical Pattern Recognition by Edward A. Patrick and James M. Fattu (Prentice-Hall Inc.).
- Angelo Bravos:
Book review: Machine Learning of Robot Assembly Plans by Arberto Maria Segre (Kluwer Academic Publishers, 1988).
- Keith Price:
- Paul Creelman:
Book review: Partiality, Truth and Persistence by Tore Langholm (Lecture Notes 15 Ctr. for the Study of Lang. and Information. University of Chicago Press).
- H. S. Hartl:
Can humans think? - a general review of HI.
- Jay Liebowitz:
If there is artificial intelligence? Is there such a thing as artificial stupidity.
- Gerard Kiernan, Arnold Koltun, Edward N. Schwartz:
Programming expert systems at the K-tree level.
- Jean T. Monterege:
The creation of digital consciousness.
- Harald Trost, Ernst Buchberger, Georg Dorffner:
An expert advising system with acoustic output.
- Jose Ramirez G.:
Use of structure-based models in the development of expert systems.
- Hsin-Hsen Yao, Hwa Soo Kim:
Transformation approach for consistency in object-oriented knowledge bases.
- D. Sriram, L. Leff:
Knowledge-Based Expert Systems in Engineering - An Annotated Bibliography.
- Susanne M. Humphrey, Bob Krovetz:
Selected AI-Related Dissertations.